Vol 52, No 3 (2016)

April

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5860/ltr.52n3

Mobile Learning Trends: Accessibility, Ecosystems, Content Creation, by Nicole Hennig

The widespread adoption of mobile computing is a good thing for librarians who care about access for all. Mobile devices make use of “natural user interfaces,” and those interfaces are making computing easier for people of all ages and abilities. Mobile learning is headed in a direction that is empowering for learners of all abilities. Library Technology Reports (vol. 52, no. 3), “Mobile Learning Trends: Accessibility, Ecosystems, Content Creation,” focuses on three trends:

  • natural user interfaces and accessibility
  • multi-device ecosystems
  • content creation with mobile devices
It includes ideas for how libraries can use this information to empower their users and resources for learning more about these topics.

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